Some say that early morning hours is the best to study while others say that late night can get longer hours of study. So which is the right time to study and why? The truth is that there is no right and wrong time to study because everybody's routine is different even though the biological clock is almost the same with sleep and food habits.
The HRD ministry and the UGC have taken much efforts to incorporate yoga in schools and colleges respectively. There are many benefits of yoga for students and teachers and why they should practice yoga in their lives.
While you cannot choose the co-workers you end up working with, you can definitely control your choices when it comes to career growth. Choosing the correct educational course is an important decision. There are many factors that contribute to your career growth and help determine the right career for you. These factors include your interests, skills, training, attitude, and availability of work.
Are you spending too much time with your books and yet feel that your efforts are wasted for some undetectable reasons? Ever wondered why your study methods fail, no matter how hard you try?
Every year, 14th of November is celebrated as Children's Day across India. It is a red letter day for millions of children not just because they have a holiday and sweets are distributed at the schools, but also because it is the day that celebrates their childhood, innocence, truthfulness and them in general as the future of the nation.
Known as the 'Father of the Nation', Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2 October, 1869 as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. His non-violence movement made a remarkable impact in the freedom struggle that steered independence for India.
Every year, on October 2, is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. It took some time for Gandhiji to realize that non-violence is always better than violence. Gandhiji served the army during the Boer war before he demolished violence from his life. Mahatma Gandhiji was a source of inspiration for many people all around the world because of non-violence and civil disobedience.
There is a student in all of us that thinks about many ways to celebrate the day remembering the invaluable contributions of our favourite teacher. Teachers' Day is not just a celebration of teachers but a celebration of education in its true sense. This auspicious day is not meant to be celebrated just for a day or a few hours at the educational institutions. It should be celebrated every day in order to implement whatever we have learned during academic career and pass on the legacy to the generations to come.
Engineer's day is celebrated in different countries on different dates. In India, this day is celebrated on 15th September which marks the birth anniversary of M Visvesvaraya. Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya is known to be the Father of Engineers in India. He is one of the best engineers India has ever produced and was awarded Bharata Ratna in 1955.
Sports and games are an integral part of Indian culture. If you look at any era, decade, culture or country, you can find many sport that are loved by many people. The players of the sports, are hailed as heroes. They are looked up as role models by kids and teenagers.
Sports and games not only provide national unity, it also provides space for people to be calm. The athletes and sportsmen, not just the ones who compete on national and international levels, but school kids, and employees working in big firms, all go through the same feeling. A feeling of excitement and profound pride.
Learning and education are two different things. Learning is an ongoing process that comes naturally to any person. At some point in time they appear same, however they are still different. Learning is a process where one acquires knowledge and it is self initiated. Whereas, education is how to apply the things you have learnt.